A snowshoer finally gets to the Rocky Ridge Yurt after a trek in the Boise Mountains, northeast of Idaho City. The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation operates a yurt system in the area that is very popular with snowshoers and cross-country skiers. Yurt-goers can rent the Mongolian-style circular tents that have wood stoves, a cooking stove and utensils and bunks.
A snowshoer finally gets to the Rocky Ridge Yurt after a trek in the Boise Mountains, northeast of Idaho City. The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation operates a yurt system in the area that is very popular with snowshoers and cross-country skiers. Yurt-goers can rent the Mongolian-style circular tents that have wood stoves, a cooking stove and utensils and bunks. Pete Zimowsky Special to Treasure Magazine
A snowshoer finally gets to the Rocky Ridge Yurt after a trek in the Boise Mountains, northeast of Idaho City. The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation operates a yurt system in the area that is very popular with snowshoers and cross-country skiers. Yurt-goers can rent the Mongolian-style circular tents that have wood stoves, a cooking stove and utensils and bunks. Pete Zimowsky Special to Treasure Magazine

Pete Zimowsky: Hit the trails — and then hit the hot springs

October 30, 2015 4:07 PM